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Calbuco Volcano Eruption: Inside the Ghost Town as Volcanic Ash Rains Down
A volcano that was dormant for 42 years in Chile has erupted twice this week in a magnificent display. But the stunning twin blasts captured on photo and video has forced about 4,000 residents in towns nearby to evacuate as ash blanketed their neighborhoods. The city of Ensenada, at the foot of the
5 Dead, Residents Evacuated After Quake Strikes Off Chile's Coast
Nearly one million residents were forced to evacuate after a magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off Chile’s northern coast, triggering a small tsunami. Five people are confirmed dead – four men and one woman, Chilean Interior Minister Rodrigo Penailillo said. The victims died from heart attacks or
Who Is the Most Fascinating Person of 2013?
Part 8: Barbara Walters reveals Hillary Clinton as her top choice for the Most Fascinating Person of the year.
Barbara Walters' 'Most Fascinating People' for 2013
Tonight Barbara Walters presents special events. So you know we came here was one of the most fascinating people Harris why do you think people fascinated by. Why do people find just a fascinating I have absolutely no idea you. And I understand why health no but I but I'm hoping this kind of an
Hillary Clinton on 2016 Presidential Run: I'll 'Make That Decision Sometime Next Year'
Hillary Clinton is Barbara Walters' Most Fascinating Person of 2013 . Although speculation and rumors have been swirling for months over whether Clinton will make another run for the White House in 2016, she said she hasn't decided yet. "I haven't made up my mind," Clinton told Walters in the ABC
Eleven-Year-Old Girl’s Ordeal Spurs Abortion Debate in Chile
"Belén," an 11-year-old girl from a rural town in southern Chile, says that she was sexually abused by her 31-year-old stepfather since she was seven. She is now 14 weeks pregnant. Belén, whose face was concealed to protect her identity, told a local television station about her ordeal, and about
Lesbian Couple Gets Married via Google Hangouts
Last Sunday in Chile, a country where same-sex marriage is illegal, two women were wed by a Belgian mayor via Google Hangouts. Claudia Amigo and Claudia Calderón, a long-time couple, tied the knot in Santiago in a ceremony officiated through a live webcam by Eric Lomba, the mayor of Marchin,
The Americas: 13 to Watch in 2013
This year we saw some major changes in the Americas in regards to business, technology and politics. 2013 should be all the more interesting. Here are thirteen people and things to keep an eye on this year. PEOPLE 1. Michelle Bachelet: After two years in New York as the head of UN Women, Chile's
Women and Politics: Meet 7 Inspiring Women Creating Change
These seven women have redefined, revolutionized and reawakened the spirit of women in politics. Two of them are winners of the Nobel Peace Prize for their remarkable efforts to end discrimination and suffering for women worldwide. Together this powerful sisterhood of seven is increasing ...